AD- I am really excited to be teaming up with Gardena over the next few months to bring you some reviews, information, plus tried and tested results of their gardening tools and watering equipment. Gardena have approached me to work alongside them and I'm absolutely thrilled to be working with them. I have heard great… Continue reading Gardena Tools
The ‘Grow you own’ world is amazing and I was lucky enough to enter it nearly 2 years ago. It is definitely changing and watching social media closely I can see more and more people and families getting involved with growing flowers, vegetables and fruit at home or on an allotment plot. During my two… Continue reading G’day Vegepod
As you may have seen recently on my instagram feed and stories I have been posting about the wonderful Willow and Wild Box. They are a monthly subscription service that post a lovely box through your letter box every month full of fun things that the kids can get stuck into, in the garden and… Continue reading Willow and Wild Box
I haven't blogged on here for a while now so I apologise, but I'm back and raring to go. Just going to give you a little spring update just to tell you what I have been up to, how the allotment is getting on and what I've been up to while I have been so quiet… Continue reading Spring update
Deriving from the Greek word harmony and balanced universe, can the cosmos plant help me create a harmonious garden? Before I started to become interested in growing my own food and growing my own flowers, my gardening skills and creativity were a little slap dash. I would find a pretty flower I liked, order it in… Continue reading Cosmos- balanced universe or planting harmony?
January. . . What a month, I'm honestly really glad its over. I know it’s not just me but throughout January I have been desperate to get sowing seeds, desperate for spring, desperate for longer,lighter hours that I’ve kind of been wishing my life away without really realising it. Since I posted my last blog I’ve been… Continue reading Sweet pea & chilli seeds
If like me you use gardening as a tool to help keep your mental health under control, you might find that January can be a little bit harder than expected. I am sure a few people reading this won’t have read my first blog post ‘Allotment therapy’ so you may not know that since march 2017… Continue reading January blues